Find government vehicle auctions using sites such as GSA Fleet Vehicle Sales, USA.gov and GSA Auctions. These sites all allow users to locate and purchase used government vehicles and other seized or repossessed vehicles... More »

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Purchase a truck from a government auction by locating either a physical auction or an online auction, identifying a truck that meets your needs and budget and then bidding on it. Once you win the bid, fill out special p... More »

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When local auctions are held in person, the easiest way to locate them is to find a list on a government website. Most government surplus auctions are held online through sites such as GSAAuctions.gov. More »

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USA.gov is the U.S. Government's official website and provides access to links for all local government websites. This site provides links for all state, local and tribal government offices. More »

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A classic car like a Studebaker can be purchased from classified websites or automotive auctions. The Studebaker is considered a classic car and there are several auctions and classified websites, such as AutoTrader Clas... More »

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You can find used car auctions by visiting your city's website to look for government auctions or by using a service such as Auction Zip. Online used car auctions can also be found on sites such as eBay and AuctionDirect... More »

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Some tips for finding cars under $500 include going to an auto junkyard sale, searching for such bargains at online auto dealers and at government auctions. Often, cars put up for sale for less than $500 are very old, ne... More »

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